ECDC 5 reinstall w/ Sony CRX1611 failure in Easy CD Creator 4 and 5 Posted August 10, 2006 · Report reply Could there be some sort of adverse reaction going on with my Norton AntiVirus software? Additionally, what switches? should be set in Device Manager for the drive? i.e. should DMA be On or Off? etc. I think there is some interference generated by some other software. I don't know if it might be NAV because I won't use that antivirus, but I haven't heard any complaints about NAV doing this. I think that it's more likely to be some other music program which is breaking Creator's engine. Do you have Music Match, a Real player, or Windows Media Player installed? Have you updated any of them recently? What versions of each do you have installed? DMA setting shouldn't affect recognition of the drive, just the speed of operation. It's simple to try it on and off if you want to, but shouldn't matter. Back to nuts and bolts: -are you getting this 'no supported drive' error when trying to write any disc, or are CDs okay while data DVDs show the problem? -if you have version 5.3.5v installed, can you tell me the version number of the three files CDENGINE.DLL, CDRPWD.VXD and CDR4VSD.VXD on your hard drive? Size of each file in BYTES (not kB) would help, too, so I can check what's happening in there.